This past week I visited the Marciano Art Foundation for the first time, a Los Angeles museum I had been wanting to check out for quite some time.
It’s free to visit with an advanced reservation, the days are limited to later in the week and weekends, but that wasn’t a problem. I ended up going on a beautiful Spring weekday afternoon and it was quite nice!
The foundation is housed in what is a former Masonic Temple in mid-city LA. You can read more about the history of the building here.
The museum includes a lobby level, mezzanine with the Masonic archives, and two upper level galleries.
The lobby entrance showcases the two large abstracts above.
I thought this installation featuring the work of Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone was really cool.
The highly anticipated and very popular Yayoi Kusama exhibition did not disappoint. Fun to see in person and take pictures!
A collection from Catherine Opie featuring the life and home of Elizabeth Taylor, including the above signed Warhol.
Love the contemporary work of American artist Barbara Kruger, above and below.
Sunset by local Southern California artist, Doug Aitken.
A multi-dimensional art piece by Elliot Huntley made of soundboard, ink on paper, strings, pin, wood, paper, plastic, gesso, & photographs.
All photos by Jill Seidner Interior Design
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